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Application fee

Translate Application Fee from English to SpanishTranslation of Application Fee, with examples. More about free online translation into Spanish of Costo de la solicitud and other legal terms is available here.Costo de l...

Categories: A and F. Tags: AP, FA, and Legal Translation .


Legal Definition and Related Resources of F Meaning of F The sixth letter of the alphabet. A fighter or maker of frays, if he had no ears, was to be branded in the cheek with this letter. Cowell. Those who had been guilty of falsity were to be so [...]

Categories: F. Tags: Admiralty Law and FA.


In marine language, the term means free of all average, that is, the insurance is against total loss only.

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Means free alongside ship. A contract of consignment, F.A.S. means the consignor's duty extends only to the delivery of goods in good order to the dock where the ship is to sail from, within reach of the ship's tackle.

Categories: A and F. Tags: FA and Latin.


Fabric consists of a union of drawn wires made up in rows. Soule v Northern Construction Co., 165 P.2d, 33 Cal. App. 300; anything manufactured, but in modern use, means only cloth that is woven or knit from fibers, either vegetable or animal; manufactured cloth; a textile fabric. Application [...]

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Fabric Lands

In English law. Lands given for the repair, rebuilding, or maintenance of cathedrals or other churches. It was the custom, says Cowell, for almost every one to give by will more or less to the fabric of the cathedral or parish church where he lived. These lands so given were called [...]

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In old English law. The making or coining of money. Mem. in Scacc. H. 12 Edw. I. ...

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(Lat.) To make. Used of an unlawful making, as counterfeiting coin (1 Salk. 342), and also of a lawful coining. ...

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Fabricare, Fabricate

Concept of "Fabricare, Fabricate" Traditional meaning of fabricare, fabricate in English (with some legal use of this latin concept in England and the United States in the XIX Century) [1]: (in Latin) To forge, coin or create falsely. Always used in a bad sense. Resources Notes and References [...]

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To invent; to devise falsely. To fabricate a story implies that it is so contrary to probability as to require the skill of the workman to induce belief in it. To fabricate evidence is to arrange or manufacture circumstances, after the fact committed, with the purpose of using them as evidence. [...]

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In old European law. A contract or formal agreement; but particularly used in the Lombardic and Visigothic laws to denote a marriage contract or a will. Spelman. ...

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Fac Simile Probate

In England, where the construction of a will may be affected by the appearance of the original paper, the court will order the probate to pass in fac simile, as it may possibly help to show the meaning pf the testator. 1 Williams, Ex'rs (7th Ed.) 331, 386, 566. ...

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Legal Definition and Related Resources of Face Meaning of Face As applied to checks and money orders, face means the front of the check and money order where the payor writes all the particulars of these instruments in contrast to the back where [...]

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Face Amount

The amount shown by the language employed in a document, without taking into consideration any account between parties or any accrued interest.

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Face Value

The value that can be ascertained from a document without aid from extrinsic facts or evidence. I n respect to corporate stock face value means par value. The face value of an interest bearing note is the principal plus accrued interest.

Categories: F, Finance Law, International Trade Dictionary, and Investment Dictionary. Tags: FA, Import Export Terminology, International Trade Definition, Investment Definition, and Investment Terms.


'Facebook' identification in Law EnforcementMain Entry: Law Enforcement in the Legal Dictionary. This section provides, in the context of Law Enforcement, a partial definition of 'facebook' identification.ResourcesSee AlsoLaw Enforcement Officer Police Work Law Enforcement [...]

Categories: Criminal Law and F. Tags: FA and Police.


(Lat.) In civil law. To do; to make. A word of very comprehensive signification. Dig. 50. 16. 218. See Calv. Lex. Brissonius. An important word formerly in the language of writs and contracts, and the general language of the law. Facere defalfum, to make default. Bracton, [...]

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Faci0 Ut Des

(Lat. I do that you may give). A species of contract which occurs when a man agrees to perform anything for a price either specifically mentioned, or left to the determination of the law to set a value on it; as when a servant hires himself to his master for certain wages, or an agreed [...]

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Facial Reconstruction

Facial reconstruction in Law EnforcementMain Entry: Law Enforcement in the Legal Dictionary. This section provides, in the context of Law Enforcement, a partial definition of facial reconstruction.ResourcesSee AlsoLaw Enforcement Officer Police Work Law Enforcement Agency Further Reading [...]

Categories: Criminal Law and F. Tags: FA and Law Enforcement.


(Lat. facere, to make, to do). That you cause. Occurring in the phrases scire facias, that you cause to know, and fieri facias, that you cause to be made, etc. Used also in the phrases do ut facias, I give that you may do, and fado ut facias, I do that you may do, two of the four divisions of [...]

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(Law Lat. from facere; Law Fr. fesaunt). Doing, making, or paying; one of the apt words of reserving a rent, used in ancient deeds. Co. Litt. 47a. Applied usually to those services which consisted of acts done (factiones). Faciendo inde talia servitia, doing therefor such services. [...]

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(Lat.) The face, outward appearance or color of a thing; the inspection or view of a thing. Prima facies, the first face or appearance. Prima fade, on the first view or color, at first blush, as the modern phrase is. Bracton, fols. 29, 280. See Color. ...

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To make easy or less difficult, to free from difficulty or impediment. Cellino v U.S., (C.A.Cal.) 276 F.2d941.

Categories: F and Synonyms. Tags: FA.